No More Pipelines

Help keep BC LNG-free.

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Luutkudziiwus House Group installs gate at Camp Madii 'Lii
on the Suskwa Forest Service Road, September 8, 2014.

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August 26, 2014
Suskwa Watershed declared off-limits to natural gas pipeline construction.
Luutkudziiwus enacts territorial land management and begins constructing Camp Madii 'Lii.

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TransCanada Pipelines and the BC Environmental Assessment Office brought their roadshow to Hazelton on June 18.
About 50 locals took the opportunity to "open" up the dialogue. The results were interesting. Watch

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"The cleanest fossil fuel on the planet." ???

"This is about our opportunity to make…the biggest contribution we ever have, as a province, to reducing greenhouse gas emissions around the globe – by powering up the economies of Asia and helping them move to the cleanest fossil fuel on the planet…move away from dirty fuels, cleaning up the air there, and cleaning up the air here."

Truth be damned... Premier Christy Clark addresses the BC LNG Summit in Vancouver on May 21, 2014. The Premier paints a rosy picture for LNG.
Watch the video then read a more realistic analysis, here.

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TransCanada Pipelines says that moose are not there.
The BC Oil and Gas Commission says that moose are not there.
No More Pipelines says that moose
are there.
See if that opinion doesn't rub off on you. Watch

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Doug Donaldson, MLA for Stikine, spoke on LNG in the BC Legislature on May 11, 2014. Watch here.

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Wa'a (Samson Muldoe) of the Gitxsan First Nation, delivers a notice to desist from drilling, to a contractor working for TransCanada Pipelines', Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project, March 25, 2014. The drilling was taking place near the Muldoe Forest Service Road, north of Kispiox, BC. The drilling was intended to provide geo-technical information for a pipeline crossing under the Skeena River. The pipeline does not have an environmental assessment certificate. Note that the contractor tells a Hereditary Chief that he is not allowed access to part of his territory. TransCanada Pipelines disputed, and did not comply with, the instruction to desist, and completed its work later that week.

Watch the video,